Established in 1995, the Tandoori Palace is run by the Miah family who also own the Taste of Bangladesh on Newmarket Road, and the Kohinoor on Mill ... More
Established in 1995, the Tandoori Palace is run by the Miah family who also own the Taste of Bangladesh on Newmarket Road, and the Kohinoor on Mill Road. House specials are well recommended and include the Palace special, which is a particularly tasty assortment of tandoori chicken, chicken tikka, lamb tikka and chicken kebab all cooked in onions, green peppers, garlic, ginger, a thick sauce and served with special rice. Starters range from dhal soup and tomato to king prawn butterfly. Beers, wines and spirits, as well as soft drinks are all available to help wash down your meal. And the atmosphere is suitably relaxed, too, allowing you to make the most of your meal in the pleasant surroundings.
Terrible food. Some of the worst Indian cuisine I have ever had - bland, lukewarm, the texture of paste, and what was given to me in no way matched the description in the menu (I even asked to make sure I had been served the proper dish). Naan was also generally tasteless and did not have a good texture. Wait staff was not friendly. Will not go here again.
This is a fully licensed Tandoori restaurant with pleasant surroundings and a friendly atmosphere. It is comfortably within reach of
many of York's pubs and clubs. Although its a little on the small side, this is an enjoyable place ...
The Strand palace is a majestic 9 story building with beautiful 19th century architecture and wide windows. The hotel is
located close to major London tourist spots like Covent Garden, Theater Land, The National Gallery, The British Museum, Buckingham ...
The neon light, casting pools of blue across a busy road, draws in diners almost as effectively as its feel
good American diner style food. Two floors of bright lights and colourful fish tanks combine with fast and efficient ...